Monday, March 30, 2009
Previously, she was the editor of the "Week in Review" section at The Times, after having served as deputy foreign editor of the newspaper since February 1997. Prior to that, she served in a variety of reporting positions including national education correspondent, correspondent for the newspaper in Tokyo from October 1984 until February 1989, metropolitan reporter in the Albany and Stamford bureaus, and reporter for the Business Day section. Ms. Chira joined The Times as a trainee on the metropolitan desk in 1981 and was promoted to reporter in July 1982. Ms. Chira received a B.A. degree in history and East Asian studies from Harvard University. As an undergraduate, she was a reporter and later president of The Harvard Crimson.
Ms. Chira is married to Michael Shapiro, a professor of journalism at the Columbia University School of Journalism.
This is one in a continuing series of reports on New York Times personnel. Previous entries have included Jill Abramson and Laurie Goodstein; also Constance Rosenblum and Molly Birnbaum. Also: Karen W. Arenson and Isabel Kershner and Alissa J. Rubin and Sharon Waxman.
Monday, April 06, 2009
This is one in a continuing series of reports on New York Times personnel.
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